Investigative journalist Sacha Pfeiffer says she worries about ‘fake news’, and encourages readers to think critically about the information they receive.
The result will be announced at 9am and again at 7pm, according to the NEC’s website.
Pich Sros did not explain which law he is alleging Kem Sokha broke in what is often considered a normal part of campaigning in a democracy.
Khem Veasna is known for his fiery speeches, which have targeted both the ruling Cambodian People’s Party and opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party.
Ny Sokha was jailed in May 2016 on bribery charges for allegedly trying to pay a witness not to testify in a case against the leader of the opposition.
More people than ever - 65.6 million - forcibly displaced around world and in need of protection from war, violence and persecution, UN study finds.
Sebastian Strangio, a former reporter at the Phnom Penh Post, said the CPP felt threatened by increasing support for the opposition.
Sam Rainsy was already in self-imposed exile when the travel ban, which called on airlines to deny Rainsy access to air travel, was signed in October 2016.
Hun Sen, Cambodia's longtime ruler, warned opposition parties not to challenge the result of June 4th local elections or they could be dissolved.
Nhek Bun Chhay told VOA Khmer last week that the allegations against him were untrue and a “misunderstanding”.
Some 2,000 workers went on strike at the factory following the commune elections on June 4.